Author: nilef

How to Fix the WordPress Error “The site is experiencing technical difficulties”

May 16, 2019 | written by Nile

There are a lot of error that you can encounter with WordPress, like internal server errors, database connection errors, and even ones that say “The site is experiencing technical difficulties.” A lot of times, the full error is: “The site is experiencing technical difficulties. Please check your site admin email inbox for instructions.” So, you’re probably wondering what it means, –> READ ON

Hacked WordPress Site? WordPress Malware Cleanup Service Price Comparisons

February 20, 2019 | written by Nile

When your WordPress website gets hacked, and you don’t know how to clean it, you’ll end up asking forums or searching on Google for places that can help you. There’s a lot of choices. Some of the malware cleanup services are extremely expensive, and some are affordable. At WP Fix It, we offer one of the most affordable WordPress malware –> READ ON

WordPress Support Made Easier – New Design

October 17, 2017 | written by Nile

Irvine, California, September 17, 2017 (updated May 2019) – WP Fix It, a customer service company focused on helping WordPress website owners fix their websites, has launched a new website design. WP Fix It has been well known in the WordPress community for their main fast instant support service, as well as other popular services, like their WordPress Infection Cleanup –> READ ON

What to Expect While Your Infected Website Gets Cleaned

August 31, 2017 | written by Nile

No one wants to have a hacked website, but it does happen. Some people try to clean it alone, and others hire services, like WP Fix It’s Infection Cleanup Service. What most people know, when their infected website gets cleaned, is that they are given list of tasks done, where the infection or malware was, as well as a way –> READ ON

Why You Should Have SSL on Your WordPress Website

August 25, 2017 | written by Nile

You’ve probably been hearing how Google is strongly stressing website owners to have SSL. You might have seen address bars with “Not Secure” within Chrome, or websites with warnings on it. Months ago, warnings weren’t a thing, but Google is cracking down on websites that don’t have SSL. Google’s been warning about this, and so have we, here at WP –> READ ON

Be Aware of Old WordPress Plugins

June 5, 2017 | written by Nile

A lot of times, as I clean up hacked sites, I see a lot of plugins that haven’t been developed on or updated in years- beyond even 2 years (many even between the 6-10 year range.) This is truly concerning, as this is a matter of security for your WordPress site. What makes old WordPress plugins? It’s not necessarily an –> READ ON

Understanding Google Blacklisting and What to do if it Happens to You

May 5, 2017 | written by Nile

BEFORE YOU READ ON – If you want us to fix this, we can for only $87 – CLICK HERE You may have heard about Google Blacklisting which is being blacklisted by Google, or perhaps, even have had a blacklisting. Being blacklisted by Google sure sounds scary, but in most cases, it can be fixed. Please note that just because –> READ ON

1.5 Million WordPress Pages Hacked

February 17, 2017 | written by Nile

Content Injections! Are You Secure? Yep, you read the title right. Over 1.5 million pages defaced, over 39,000 domains. Sucuri announced on February 1, 2017 that they saw a rise in defacements using a WordPress Rest API vulnerability. Sites that are on WordPress 4.7 and 4.7.1, were advised to upgrade to WordPress version 4.7.2, which addresses the vulnerability. For those –> READ ON

Google Requires SSL Certificate – Load Site in HTTPS

January 27, 2017 | written by Nile

In the past few years, Google has been stressing to webmasters that security is important, and would be considering a ranking factor in their search engine algorithms. The most recent of updates with Google, has been suggesting on adding SSL to your website for your visitors to have a much safer experience surfing your website. While Google has not yet –> READ ON